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We are happy to announce that the CAA 2012 volume is now available in digital format. You can find it here.
Nicole Beale and Jess Ogden have written a reflective report on the social media usage at the CAA2012 for Internet Archaeology. The report has been published as an open access review, so please do take a look and let us … Continue reading
Some MSc students at the University of Southampton are researching different aspects of the use of social media at the CAA2012 conference for their dissertation topics, and they need your help! If you attended the CAA2012 conference and can participate … Continue reading
We’re happy to announce that this morning the third installment of our series of blog posts about the social media in live events project (SMiLE) we ran during the CAA2012 went live on the Smart Insights blog. The blog offers … Continue reading
James Miles, of the Archaeological Computing Research Group, University of Southampton, has created an interactive timeline using the memories that you shared with us at the CAA2012. See the timeline here. The timeline uses Gigapan software to compile a series … Continue reading
Last week Lisa Harris, Graeme Earl, Chris Phethean and I attended the Digital Literacies conference at the University of Southampton. Lisa and I gave a quickfire presentation about the SMiLE project, and also put together a poster for the event. … Continue reading
After the great number of requests for extending the submission deadline of papers to be considered for publication in the CAA 2012 Proceedings, we are granting a final deadline on the 1st of July 2012, 23:59:59 UTC/GMT. To find more information regarding … Continue reading
Please fill in the form below if there are tweets in the #caasoton archive that you would like us to delete. Note that we are only able to delete the tweets in our archive, they will still be available to … Continue reading
This is the official call for papers for the CAA2012 proceedings. The CAA proceedings consist of a printed and an electronic version. The printed version will contain the 50 papers that were ranked highest by the CAA Review College, when … Continue reading
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